The mastery of converting the spoken word into print is not something that can be taught. It is an acquired skill that takes years of experience to develop a seasoned ear to produce high quality transcripts. When combined with advanced grammar skills, fast and accurate typing, and strong attention to detail, it's the winning combination that 120 Words Per Minute transcription service is proud to offer.
We have extensive experience transcribing conferences, interviews, podcasts, webinars, Senate hearings, oral histories, and seminars in subject areas including medicine, education, business, science, government, and technology. The variety of topics in the spoken word that we transcribe is vast, and we will always research terminology or names with which we might not be familiar, ensuring that the completed transcript is as accurate as possible.
Your satisfaction is our top priority. We guarantee we will deliver to you, on time, the highest quality transcript possible, utilizing all research resources available to ensure accuracy. We will redo your transcript or refund your money if our accuracy falls below 98% on audio of good quality.
Our price structure is based on a per-minute rate. Rates are based on your required turnaround and audio variables such as number of speakers, accents, audio quality, and verbatim. If there is a question we will listen to the audio and make an assessment based upon our professional experience.
Once we learn a little about your project and how fast you need it we will give you a per-minute rate and calculate the total so you will know in advance exactly how much your project will cost. No surprises.
I got my first typewriter from Santa when I was in the third or fourth grade. I’m not quite sure why my parents believed I was destined to keyboard, but I’m glad they picked up on it and told Santa. My love affair with the keyboard continued through college, at Indiana University, when I typed papers for fellow students on my portable manual typewriter.
Even though this website is populated with lots of old typewriters it's only because I collect old typewriters and office memorabilia. Although I do remember typing on those old manual typewriters, for your transcription project I will be using state-of-the-art technology that is available today.